Prime Day 2023 Tablet Deals: recap

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Amazon Prime Day in October came and went, which means it's time for a recap of the event. In this article, we will talk about the awesome Prime Day tablet deals we saw during the event and reminisce about the shopping bonanza for Prime Members.

Also, be sure to check out our Amazon Spring Sale 2024 expectations, since Amazon could launch a Spring Sale event this year, letting you score sweet savings on a new tablet even before Amazon Prime Day.

iPad deals


Apple products rarely receive big discounts, even during shopping events. And unfortunately, Amazon Prime Day in October wasn't an exception to that rule. We didn't see huge discounts on Apple's tablets this time around. However, there were a few nice deals available to Prime Members on the hunt for a new Apple tablet, enabling them to snatch a new slate bearing the Apple logo for less.

For example, the iPad Air (5th Generation) was available for $99 off its price, while the iPad 9th gen and iPad 10th gen were on sale for $79 off and $50 off, respectively.

Apple iPad 10.2-inch (2021)
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Apple iPad 10.2-inch (2021)


The Good

  • The full iPadOS experience at a low cost
  • TrueTone display
  • 64 GB base storage
  • Has a headphone jack
  • Dependable battery life

The Bad

  • Dated design
  • One-sided speakers
  • Lightning port
  • Non-laminated screen
  • Camera is not great


Galaxy Tab deals




Unlike Apple's tablets, Samsung's Galaxy Tabs receive big discounts on shopping events like Amazon Prime Day. This is why we saw big discounts — up to $350 big — on some of the best Galaxy tablets during Amazon Prime Day in October.

The Galaxy Tab S7+ with 128GB of storage space was discounted by a whopping $350, while the 256GB Galaxy Tab S7 FE was available with an awesome $250 markdown.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+
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Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+


The Good

  • Gorgeous AMOLED display
  • Super-smooth 120Hz refresh rate
  • Excellent performance
  • Good battery life
  • Improved S Pen
  • Lots of productivity enhancements

The Bad

  • It's pretty large
  • Only 6GB RAM in the base version


Those wanting a newer Galaxy Tab S slate had the chance to snatch a Galaxy Tab S8+ with 128GB of storage space for a pretty impressive $270 off the tablet's sticker price. The budget-friendly and stylus-powered Galaxy Tab S6 Lite 128GB was also enjoying a sweet $150 discount!

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+


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Lenovo Tab deals


While all eyes were on Apple's tablets and Samsung's fancy Galaxy Tabs, Lenovo's slates also received some of that sweet Prime Day love. True, the discounts weren't as massive as with the Galaxy Tabs, but Lenovo's slates are also way more budget-friendly than Samsung's Galaxy Tab S tablets, which means deal hunters were able to snatch a new Lenovo tab at a pretty sweet price.

The Lenovo Tab P11, for example, was available for $189.99, which is $80 below its usual sticker price. Those in the market for something more budget-friendly had the chance to grab a Lenovo Tab M9 for only $99.99 — a decent $50 off its usual cost.

Fire and Microsoft Surface deals


We should mention that Amazon Prime Day brought a slew of sweet deals on Amazon's own Fire tablets and Microsoft's productivity-oriented Surface slates, too. The Microsoft Surface Pro 8 with 256GB of storage was a whopping $611 off its price on Amazon, while the Microsoft Surface Pro 9 with an Intel 12th Gen i7 chip, 16GB of RAM, and 256GB of storage space was discounted by $310 at the retailer.

As for Fire tablets, deal hunters had the opportunity to get an Amazon Fire HD 10 for just $74.99, which was 50% below sticker. The Amazon Fire Max 11 was also available with a sweet discount. Those in the market for this nice slate were able to get one for $149.99 — a sweet $80 off the usual cost.

Amazon Fire HD 10 (2021)

Amazon Fire HD 10 (2021)


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Deals on other tablets


This year we also got two first-gen tablets, the Google Pixel Tablet and the OnePlus Pad, and both of these slates received a sweet discount during Prime Day.

Google's Pixel Tablet with 128GB of storage space was discounted by $90, letting Prime Members snatch one for $409, while the OnePlus Pad was enjoying a sweet $80 markdown and was available for $399.99.

Google Pixel Tablet
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Google Pixel Tablet


The Good

  • The Google Android tablet is back
  • Speaker dock is practical
  • Good screen quality

The Bad

  • No keyboard or planned "productive" tools
  • Overall audio quality is not impressive
  • Performance is solid but a tad sluggish

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